Kamehachi of Tokyo – Old Town

Kamehachi Old Town - Sushi Sashimi
Sushi image courtesy of Kamehachi restaurant

Kamehachi Old Town

Traditional elegance and fine Japanese cuisine are the house specialty at Kamehachi Old Town. The name derives from the Japanese word for “eight turtles,” a symbol of long life and good luck in Japan. Passed down through three generations, the family-owned Kamehachi restaurants have had a successful long run, serving Chicagoland patrons for over 35 years.

Using the freshest products, Kamehachi’s Japanese entrees are skillfully prepared by trained sushi chefs, with items such as:

? Asparagus Beef Rolls: thinly sliced beef rolled with asparagus & scallions, broiled with teriyaki sauce.
? Ten Zaru Soba: cold buckwheat noodles served with shrimp & vegetable tempura & a light soy dipping sauce.
? Sashimi Moriawase: Chef’s daily presentation of fresh sashimi, served with miso soup and rice.

Complement your meal with an authentic selection of Kamehachi’s specialty domestic and imported Japanese wines, beers and sakes.Make your dinner more intimate by reserving one of Kamehachi’s traditional tatami rooms with shoji screen doors for privacy, or take your sushi to go by calling ahead with the restaurant’s full menu available for carryout.

Reservations and business casual attire are highly recommended.

Kamehachi is located at 1400 N. Wells St. in the Old Town neighborhood of Chicago.   Additional Kamehachi restaurants are located in Streeterville, River East and Northbrook.

Kamehachi of Tokyo – Old Town
1400 N. Wells St.
Chicago, IL 60610
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More things to do in Old Town
* The Second City – comedy club
* Orso’s restaurant for Italian Cuisine
* Massage and/or Facial